What: A simple and classic soup for your little one made with a little bit of everything you’ve got leftover – a bit of cooked chicken, some pre-cooked barley (I make a big batch every Sunday to add to salads and to use as a base for toddler meals – it stores well in the fridge for up to four days). 245 more words
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If you have little kids, I’m certain you’ve hit the obstacle I have: the lunch rut. Stuck in a spiral of PB&Js? Find yourself scrounging together pantry lunches comprised of a handful of trail mix and dry Cheerios, half a banana, and a single flap of lunchmeat? 431 more words
We’re big fans of granola bars in our house and I’m constantly searching for good options. By my definition, good bars are low in sugar other than what’s derived from dried fruit, absent of ingredients I know nothing about (words that end in –ose for example), and relatively inexpensive. 847 more words
HANOVER, N.H. (CBS Hartford)– Children exposed to advertisements from brands that offer kid’s meals are linked to increased visits to these fast food restaurants, according to a new study. 281 more words
What: Cute, single-serve versions of Shepherd’s Pie to delight your little Baa Baa Black Sheep fan
When: Whenever you’ve got about 20 minutes (assuming you have a microwave handy for quickly cooking the Sweet Potatoes)to spare to create a filling and balanced meal for your kids… 358 more words